When it came time to shooting a gay threesome scene in "I Am Michael," which premieres Thursday night at the Sundance Film Festival, first-time director Justin Kelly erred on the side of caution. He…
Sundance Film Festival
Martin Starr, Malin Akerman, Rhea Perlman, Sam Elliot, Blythe Danner and writer-director Brett Haley talk “I’ll See You In My Dreams” at the Variety Studio at Sundance.
The doc may be more specialized than the Oscar-nominated "The Gatekeepers," a similar look at Israel's Shin Bet service.
Robert Gordon and Morgan Neville talk “Best of Enemies” at the Variety Studio at Sundance.
Writer-director Ilinca Calugareanu, Ilina Nistor and Mara Adina talk “Chuck Norris vs Communism” at the Variety Studio at Sundance.
Jacqueline Kim, director Jennifer Phang, James Urbaniak and Ken Jeong talk “Advantageous” at the Variety Studio at Sundance.
Fisher Stevens and Louie Psihoyos talk “Racing Extinction” at the Variety Studio at Sundance.
A24 has secured distribution rights to gambling drama “Mississippi Grind,” Variety has confirmed. The film is the latest collaboration from “Half Nelson” directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck and…
Crowdfunding platform Indiegogo announced that Sundance award winner “Dear White People,” which raised its initial production funds on Indiegogo, has broken the U.S. domestic box office record for a…
Shot and largely cast on location, Chloe Zhao's debut feature is a very low-key portrait of life on South Dakota's Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
At just shy of five feet tall, Melissa Rauch is the perfect height to play a gymnast. Indeed, her portrayal of a sort of Tonya Harding of the pommel horse in “The Bronze” is being hailed as a…